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OTSIHESSUIEECTOEY
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AroMteevVii1 Eoxineet, b. -'""'".-"
Office otbt the National Exchange Bank
ATT01lNEyS.,r.i,,
ATTORNEY S AT LAW -,rv.';v.
-OffleeBo. S JJonth. iJiRh street, mboa Build-
-TAMES 43. BULL.
r ATTOItNKVAT-4-A A JIata.rYnbliaTv
tTTlLSON tt WOMMIBrr.
Orncwie Couth Bigh jtre-t. Anrboe BnilcKnr.-1
AUCTION 'AND COMMISSIONJ
If Aoetieneer and Dealer in Ku Estate Bonas-
kold Uoods. viotainc and RoWmo. -
a n no. 7 n est nroaa sueew
BATH -ROOMS.
ZEOHGE Ak s Eti,
VJT-
-tlaihar and Hah- Drainer, flnfmnd flnl..
Aiatna. uasement fostotboe ii .ildin.
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p- iioeki Biadere Blank (took jtaamfaotarert.
ranuaiaaa raaiiamersi a n n
r"l ; r- '- ' Opera BuiHrng.
4--!
W.
sr. ii.ii i .Tin i.h.
' 144 Soutb. Uifh street." Just received an
leaantaesortniBt.uAew styles.- low prices. 1a-
VAaftr4B3icCiOS'-; h'T" '
AJf Istieoted hoae foe rood Boots and Shoes
t LOB ocwea. . Aew block justreoeired. . r.,
276 South High street.
-r. -i 7.-
COAL DEALEBS.,
flAAlera in Hittahiirffli1 kni tThin fTAAl- 'jilart
ClokW, Drain Til and OtoBeMewwfipe,'
.:..- , NiMi-wth -Uith street. .
COMMISSION MERGE AIM TS,
. ,. i, , .1.. .. ,lfi.in ij .i. , , , trin I-
H. ffWVtt- atfi..S4oia.; tf,Ti .
' Conunvsion. Forwarding and Produce Mer
Dbants, dealers in Grain, Flour, ,Si7 W. Uroad
atreeti-i . -..ui)-..--- -... ;-!... J
Df.AUJAl!;taA!'2.'-i -' 'i - '
Maamlaetarera aad DeaJeTt i jreneti,er
ananand America verta.; ; Also, favop okirta., .
. . 191 Opera Huuae.-. ,
1 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Chins,
Qaewswsnw, Glasa, PiateeV Guods Lamps and Lamp
tiawree... ; . .-v.- .;.' 40 Nurt rligtt street t,
e-o.e-sr A'' sr ait--K. .-r e!o" iir
V Jia sorter sutd Wholesale and. Retail .Dealer
in Crockery, Ctiina, Ulata.CuUerj. PuveU,. Gooas
Cb1 Oil Lamps, Ao. - ' - ' '
DENTISTRY
ini.l r,mm I i- . . , r-n ...i -,. -
It: lv a . m I.-.., HmA HiuI
W- AbNN, DfiNTISTi The bat sUUea.
Vl of Dentistry, jnoluding Dunn's improve,.
Mineral Plaie. Office, 10 and 11 Opera Block. ' '
.;a.;,DRY.G00DS
n tBEBLi t co., ..r
KJ Dealers in Dry Goods. Notions;. Crpets,' Oi-'
Utsuu, Matuntav, snaoes. tsatsv iP ana c anr,
earner Rige ana Frim streets. i ... ... -r
J 3. MiJUKN Be I ,
aiani4. i,W r .----fi;'-14!3-r
14 Sooth High stree. :
oarpets, AlaUinfs.Oil, ClotUs.tiurtaina, ta,:le and
Farcy Dry Goods. , . .
ATI 111
R'hnlMalfi'anil klil TlAnlnra In tanl .nit
Fancy Dry Goods, and atanufacturers' of Ladies'
Caaaatfcir-i.l n- - - ! -: .-t mSHigh greet.
IMMkfM ,4MHi S1UB341, t
JP F.;Jkrs Co.. cask dealers is, Dry Goad and
KtUiSslSgoutliourUistroo ..,-,,., . ,
T..heiasale aad Retail Dealsr In Dry "Goods,
Aauglttafi Bwldin. Xio. iW and, m jSOHth-Jliai.
street. ... . , , . . ; , . .
Ka.iiun wl aeaoawsn, rv -r '
Dealers in Staple and. Fancy Dry Goods And
uewcr-r nrmsnnig-uooas. no. neii rtoaae.
SaAB'37a SisiAK eiS.. i ! Uil
Desjtas in Staple and Fanoy Dry Goods.
ai u.am.a'.a ra,,-
tt"oroii:on4 Doiaestio Dry Goods. Cloths,;
ssk-aaaihai zsh Deaui jtngMcreei. -I oil
VtBtaSrAT a4rl'4jai..-1 -xli .JAHri W.i
lirnvant Atirl Anni.hMiBra. . . i
3 I AHfLK Ac K1TMI. .
4X.WH0LLSaLE BE 1A1L PRUGGISTS.
3 " JJlo8orirh-HlghSt..Coinmbas.O. '
BBAI1N, BttlCK 4 CO., ''-'
-Wholerale and Retail DruggUta. and De'lr
.""ji'eaucanee. i-' v. -. ii. r.u
i r i.ri -i .,-.g4 North High street.
TP
imhim.1 . ENGRAVERS.
RICHES 4k MOOttE, . ' ....... ' .
Deaisoara, h-ngrarers and Publishers. Nota
rial awinUiahar feats- engraved t order. -j , -
- - - Nos; KW ami le South Bigh -street.
mbjtBCS JAB'SET CO.,"
Kit Manafacttrrer and W holesale and Retail Deal-OBiAsa-nirBrCair;twaseeaietOB
-.-a ..j i
v.- -: na AoMLSouih tiigti Si. J.VferHauiie).
O" HtrFttitniTDRiiCa.,'- lv -!
: w u,.i..i,MMnf timaelaaa' ft'nniitwre. whfrle-
sala -Aaaaaiearanoouia,..! aiul 3 Uwiue
W....,. .: - -
X?" 3: Aiiiws t ,u 'W voZr
Jl'"DeAJer-:lB ManUea: Ktoa AnfffloSso1 f'nr
mskiagUaaMas. Aiao, lia. Uuppek aud Shae t Iroa
W". 1.- .AjUAAa A
a KENS.aTt;S'raA3BVJ I "tlooeU
ta. nous rurnisning tioods. MauiUaw, Urates,
Copeer itn and Sheet Iron, stores and Mantles.
. -CC -FX J. gogionuctiish street.
imii.TAiiuiBAjiiir.r, ...
f .Dealers in Hardware, nouae Kumi.Mi.- nU.
Jlarble ana Slate ilantles, Graoes. Styes. Hot Air
"' l V- .immiuwfc
V'l t'HOPuiSinRTs;:,':.
-aft aaOaiBfet -aiiBfM't t.'I cr- erll toe
Xuw aianatarmrer and WtoJefsle Bealistla floo
Skirts ana ivOiwie'aiiBo,,eaiai' miarai . Aepne,
and FatKyeoda.jjOSSoaith High street,
I MIO X 0'i.KWVU BIUIU U Hs'l.ni
wih-rj
BUSIITES
HOWE SEWINGVMACHINE.
i . : ' .
ATTKII.
lO. Deal
ealer in MasieatV'Berc'Eandise. Boots. Sta
tionery and Fanay Qoods tenarally. bpecial Anent
for the celebrated lias How UoldTMedal ftemnf .
Machine. -No. S South Hinh street.
HATS & CAPS.-
If HS..HI. lnT..E.AJPF,, . ,
M (HaceenorV) E. inO Pealerln Bais. Caps,
furl and Straw Uoods 320 Soath Hih rtreei.' - J
T ? " v - to Wnlden Hat.)
HOTELS
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VIAXlOlllAIHOTeiT,-
N1TEO STATES HOIEL, .
Corner Qisb nd Town Itreets.
- ' K.-BLOUHt,.Proprieton
ZfcTTl.KM MOUSE, a . .1
Corner Koarta A Friend sts.s Commodioni
! ' 1 l "' !' ' I l , . j I1 . -I
noose i
use and extensive stables . .
EBCHANTS HOTHL,
340 Wontn tllr& sueet. Uooa ftaounc attaen-
ad to premises. . - .m . 1 1 , ; , ,
I T-4,-.f f.. nv...r. .iaAiuoj.iv. l-ropriemr. ; ,
,1NSTJBANCU;V
r! ' a
doNNEorrcur rivxcjaIj ufk
-BraAjeCmnpahj1. 'Assett,'18.o.ooo.
i - YVU.AAtisujt. Ateaw ywnianns.u
a.
VTEWKIRK aCniLTEKBERCEIt, .'
P GEN tEAi.AtiEKTBSeoaritj Life Inanraneo
Company, ' , Ho. i Opera House.. ;
OJIE 1NSDKASCE COMPANY OF,
Columbus. O. spital and Assets, 48,514.x7.
1 u I) i L' T.- i c
w7c.
:.: , Ouioe, No. ATOperaHouse '
MILLINERY GOODS.
WhelesBeand Retail U Ulinerj Goods, i
i 11 8. H ieh street. Opera House Kiosk.
MVS). A. iMVNIi- .-
Dealer in Millinery, Straw tioods and Trim-
BXSJl IU WUIIUBlJa uuaw -
No. 67 North High street.
f H. W1LKIE, . . "
ta DealeTin Millinery , Tresw and Cloak Trin
snina-s nd r aeey uooas.i uo rsoutn man street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
SCHArHAIISGtM ic wOHLLEBEW, . .
Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' Fur-.
nishing Goods, '
N. S8 Worth High street. '
GW.NISWADEB,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Gents Fnr
nishlng Goads. Alwasjont for the Diamond tthirUr
. -.. I21 South Uh street.
1
-
ril OillUltlCCttXilABiT TAAtaOKINe
1 A LyTnHrHir.?5 High-sV enti
suib aade' to-order- wsdy-mad OlotBiog- alf
wsjoa4ianar''y7; : - ty
OHO iy.fticKeHrApeK, '
MenAant TaTTor and Dealer in Uktthlng and
Getfta Famiahing Goods.- -
U WMTRCHAIT'AuioS. 350 Sonth High st.
Choice stock of Clothing eohstantly on hand.
NE1VS DBALERS.
ANDUtUN k Illj'I.L,
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 66 South High street, next door to Postoffice.
J. : A ewe.Dealer, Bookseller,- Stationer and Bind- j
er.' Fublicaiions in both German and Eng.ish.
s'.liMi'. Viti v --. 231 rloutli Hiahslre.it.. .i-
XJb'vMamstacturers and DeaJeii Writins;, Frin"
Ing and ,w rapping papers, 85 Aoith Ujgo at. .
Nf yaK4t-MKAJAl..,,.. ..' . ,
Dealers in Printing, Book, Writing and Fine
PptU'.36i3aAi40 North Ujghtre4.i ,.
smn jPHOTOGKAi?HERS. i ,wv
ty- PStlToORA FHtB," 10T. Sdatk Qigii itreaU t
rtotnres mine in every stjIeanA-sigf. ,
. PliQtograpas,, Ambrotypes. Gems, etc., etc..
Sl ,tvvi .No. 383 dbatk High street.. -L
a v, v, PHYSICIAN, "t
IJ'-,'it.-iiowiii;'iri. " ri
Hla Ho. 3 (tnarat Hmiiaa.i'. Vraafai. niaeavnienf thai
bye. Ear. Heart, Throat and Lungt. Also, Disease
of VFburen end ChHifreo. ,.-
-n . tPIAN0S.v
r F. II A KK l Ar f-'.Jl
fa'W-holTOale and Retail dealers tor Ligbte
Cu;'aad. (HaneA Bro.'s Pianos. -AUOiWrgans,,
aitjiuuniuBauu uiuar uuvaicai iuai.ruui6ULB. .
il " Hi, St -36 NoMaUtgnVtrat.t(
tie Aeent for Chickering's aad Emmerson's Pi
anos. Also, Organs. Melodeons arid Sheet tlutic."
- .- -2' South .High street..
TATJ
T..
TTITf
BAINK. EXCHAN41E cREsTAVBAKXa
Corner State and Hish Ftreets. .
-ip-I e.n cl H'A-RLEr'MYliB. tVoprfctorf
M:,i
-a a
A E'l MA 812 W (NO MACHINES,
Sh-nTst AW SAB -the world
Nee: h aad Ooera
W.
PIMMEL, General Agent. -
; -WACHEg AW JEWELRY.
RA. I.i 4J4E.iX
Dealers in Fine Watches. Clocks, Jewelry,
rtatedttare.
KDeot&clee.' Aai No. 11 fcAtt- Toskn
atreea.ir.T i -
.i i - i -t v -
fiat . n ck. nAi.Hi;ii.lli.i, . .
, , tar hi x 1 ' it
vau'TUBiNaiu ii ui. jiijuu uoaiiuB itt1 uim
monds. Watch s, Jewelrjt. Silrot Ware aud Spec-,
tacles. .No. 3 Neil Houfe. ' , .
i,'i ii 1 1 ',i u. i. . " i i : af. I 'i.M t.iui
FA. AIi LE'tltltlHEIiX, .,,
a Wholesale!' and Retail dealer in Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry No. 71 South High street
TTLY WHOLESALE,
BANt'aiOri' KM.A CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in DrrGoods and Notions.
S and 4 Gwynne Block. Town street.
RtEUiiOfltaJltfeCO.,.-', ,VV. j1
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes.
No. t Gwynne Block. Town St.
NOTICES.
Bank Notice.
N' OTICSailsK BEHEBV- 4SITEH TO
all wnonr it mayetincorn, thai the City Bank
of Cleveland, an Independent Banking Company,
organized and carrying on business as an Indepen
dent; Banking Company at the city ol Cleveland,
Qhio.Bnder aaract of the General Assembly of the-i
said State of Ohio, entitled "An Aot to incorporate
ihe State) Bank ot Ohio and other BankiocCom
paniMt' passed-February !tb, 1845. being desirous
of relinquishing and closing its Hanking business,
to ttat end has. in pursuance of the statutes of the
said ntate-of trhwia such ease made, paid and to
.deeaaed mere thaa ninety percent, (if the maxinturB
jamount of its circulating notes, and delivered the
time to the Treasurer ot State of the said State of
Ohio tp-he destroyed, and have provided means and
eiven geourity to the satisfaction of the Treasurer,
Secretay and.. Audit r of State of said State xif
jOhio ioi ihe redemption of its outstanding notes of
evKSfltatron at to omee or tns national vity Hsnki
of t;leve;and, at the said oity of Cleveland, where
said Ciiy Bank is located
Done by order of the Board of Directors of the.
City Bank of Cleveland, July 9th. IH68,
; t .. ...ij .a y -ox LKMUEL WICK.' PMsMMDr
jyll-dltawum
,"! 1 ' 1
NOTICE.
Ct J'.J- - JpANAaIF CUMUtKtlrj.f lai
Cleveland, May 83, 1868.1
.
VTOTICBIS HEHE8GlVbNX'4'l'lilf
L -heUen af thenutstaading notes of the lata
of Commerce, and all other parties interested,
that after tbe expiation of six months from this
date, application will be made to the Auditor, Sao
retary and Treasurer of State to surrender to said.
Hank the st cks deposited to secure the outstanding!
circulation ol said Hank in pursuance Of the forty-'
fstJ(4l) section ot tbe act to authoriaa FroiJiBansM
Ing. passed March 21st. 1861. , "T1"
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rr inn urnpnus; ncoEaTtt op
A M l. nVHiniiS. M.SSfBSSnTS.'v
oomeraei,'rfflTT-BTOLi7, -wm-opeu ineir large
and spacious building forthe rectpttonof -pupils on
Somerset, Prrr-countywiil-pen their large
t be nrat Monday in neptemoer, iblo. f or Hoard and
;i union. aio, at,eiia peeoraiag w toe cle-
.artmeataU taapupuv
sUt, UOsAVSup't.
Address Box 161.
aug3-dtf
r vs:i.i
i . NAUCHTOW . M ALU r
' Fosyoveniles-.WatBrday afternoon, from 3 to 9
V. il Gentlemen's evening ola at AAIB03
A!lJ?f.'ii.a at 8 o'clock ,l't,uA VM4,.i,
I ''suOboO'Sllji-j. .ivaiin-toiMi ji 3-..- aq
tatesntHit.
Total Eclipse of the Sun.
l
There will be a total eclipse of the
sun on the afternoon of the 7th of Aug
ust, 1869, and will be seen as partial all
over the United States, and as total
Iowa, Central Illinois,
Southern Indiana, Kentucky and North
Carolina. The eclipse will Jirstjbe yh
ible itrIli-BAt 5;03- IV -M.y 5m
will disaDDear at 6:57 P. M. The great
est obscuration will take place at 6:06
P. M., when eleven digist or parts of the
disk of the sun will be hid from view.
The Atlantic Almanac, in noticing this
phenomena, observes ( A total eclipse
of the sun is not only one of the most
imposing spectacles of nature, but also
one of the most important of astronomi
cal phenomena. Although such an
eclipse occurs nearly every year some
where on the earth, yet the area within
which it can be observed is to syfell fth'aU
.! l.i.?-.. mi i .1
ip me course oi a lifetime, a nera nave
been only two that were visible in any
part of the United States $ipje tbe
ginning of the pretp eelifutyj nlmy,?
those ot lbUb ana ism. Hence, a to
tal eclipse, whose path lies through a
large and thickly settled portion of onr
country, is an event whose interest can
not exaggerate. Solar eclipses always
begin on the west Bide of the sun and
terminate on the east side; that is, the
moon moves over the sun from west to
east. The whole duration of a total
ecHpsela'abtofit; two hours, and that of
ine toiarpnaae -twtr-ornree minutes.
. he effects or a total eclipse ot the sun
re most impressive. Mrs. Airy, wife
of the Astronomer Royal, who was one
ot nef iiHBDatKr.s party- in opain, tous
describ'es' th'e 'eclipss of 1860: "a gloom
ness gradually crept over the
'hole scene, as if a storm were coming
on. lue boutnern mountains oeyona
the Ebro began to stand np strangely
black. Then a sickly green hue over
snread the whole nearer landscape. A
peculiarly mournful sighing wind, cold
and strong, began to rise, as if from
flies disappeared, but tht&wiftcentiiiurd
on the wing. These appearances grew
more and more mteuse, and all' instruc
tions' were forgotten in the excitement
of the moment.rttbcm5erV'ctra.fl
and I was clad'ttr wrap taVsVlf '-m-Vr
laree Scotch plaid." 1 he observers ot
the same eclipse in Labrador, saw
' the dark shadow advance from the
west with a frightful rapidity, and then
pass over. It looked like a dark col
umn or verv dark cloud. The tint of
the sky during the totality was of an
intense blue. The dark moon appeared
to hang ot in. space betweeiv
tiand Ihe
stin. -iai g'Py; unearthly i iignt feu
from aSY bbfeefs,' impressing one witlr the
idea that some fearful calamity was
about to happen. The wind, which bad
been blowing in gust, now sank, and a
death-like stillness prevailed. A little
solitary bird poured forth a melancholy
song, and then the stillness appeared
even greater than before. Uapella and
other stars were seen." The most im
pressive feature of the total eclipse H
the corona, or halo of Ugt(t, Wbjjfch aur-'
rounds the moon, and 'which' (isttally ap
pears three or four seconds previous to
the total extinction of the sun's light and
and continues visible for about the same
intervaierj ftj rVafp)4rJci."l'nj
general, it "may be compared to tile nim
bus commonly painted around the heads
of saints. No verbal description can
give anything like a true idea of this
ijublime spectacle, with which man is so
rarely gratified, and it will be worth a
journey to some point where the eclipse
will be total, to behold, the departure ot
the last ray of the sun in its retreat be
hind the raoonj the awful gloom imme-
die tely diffusing itself over the face of
nature; while round a dark circle in the
western sky, an immense raditate glory
like a new creation, in a moment bursts
On the sight,, for several mtnutes( trans
fixing thtytfazj jaf ma in Ssiltjn amaze
ment.
Wit When Wanted.
The facetious Watty Morrison, as he
was commonly called, was entreating
the commanding officer of a regiment
at Fort George to pardon a poor fellow
Sent to the halberds.
The latter granted his request on con
dition that Mr. Morrison should grant
the first favor which he asked, that be-
ins to perform the ceremony of baptism
for a young puppy. A merry party of
trentlemen were invited to tbe christen
i3ililrXol odiriajor-A'ti
hold up the dog.
"As 1 am a minister ot the Kirk ot
Scotland," said he, "I must proceed ac
cordingly.'? The omcer replied that he desired no
more.
" Well, thee, Tmajor.'l rejoined the
other, "I begin with the usual question,
'You acknowledge yourself to be the
father of this puppy V
The major telt tbe force ot the joke
and threw down the animal.
Thus did the witty .minister turn the
1 l ; i iL. 1 . " J
On another occasion, when a young
officer scoffed at the parade of study to
which churchman assigned their right of
remuneration for labor, and cffeWd to
take a bet that he would preach half au
honr upon a verse or section ot a verse
from any part of the scripture, and Mr.
Morrison Jioiutsd,, . ?ut A the .following
words:
"And the ass opened his mouth and
Spoke."
i a7 . a a
j The tormer, however, aeennea em
ploying his eloquence on that passage,
and thereby was put to confusion.
A Slight Mistake.
-Ijank
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1
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I In ta2f ev Hamrfcrnre town there lived
an iporalrt, irrefiefietiB nd worthless
family, Ransom by name, no member of
which had ever been inside of a' church,
within the "memory of the oldest inhab
Hant." The village pastor, after years
of failure.had almost persuaded two of
the youngest scions to promise attend-
lSnta2lM
they would be the subject of some per
sonal remarks still deterred them. They
were in great terror lest they shonld be
publicly upraided for their misdoings,
and called to account for their wicked
ness. After much exertion their fears
were quieted, and on the following Sun
day the eyes of the good pastor's con
gregation were astonished at the un
wonted presence of the aforesaid .Ran
doms.. All went well until the reading
bf the second hymn, which was the fa-
lnBisjI. "BlowtVentsuinnAK. Vilnw 'i.wKa
ja&bi endif uliiiieiitEJitrn yi rW
tome'd. sinners home," : the 'elder of our
heroes seized : 'his hity and' with ' long
strides' toward the dobr.'shouted, "Come
alone? : home Bill, I know'd: they'd be
flinging at u if we. came hera," ,,,r, ..
! Tod dodb-Lpbkrto.-Ay6iingf noHsei
keeper being applied to for 'a; situation
by a servant-girl, she asked, why did
you.leave.your last place." Why, you
see ma'am," replied the girl, "I was too
good-looking, and 'when. I opened the
door' the gentlemen always took me tor
the missis.'' ' 1 "! ' '- -' '
I .The Boston Journal, says if the top of
a carrot cut off at this season,1 or later,
is placed in a' saucer1 of"iratc5r,"''wttl. 1 a
few' bitB !of charcoal to" sweeten' it,' it
will form a fadi tedi feathery 'plant by
no. means .nu worthy to grace .a lady's
table,..,, ; ., ,:i .. . t ...
! WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F, A. & L. LESOUEREUX
' T T i? r a - --i
IMTOHTtBa AND JK4XBK8. IN
WATCHES,
I I t t
SIJEarELHr,
ClaOCKS,
SILVER and r , ,
PLATED WARE, .
CANES. SPECTACLES,
CGTLERTt it"'' ''i' ' -''
POCKET-BOOKS and
; ' " OPERA GLASSES,
!'! l: IN ENDLESS 'VAftiETTl''1';' ' ' '
I Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Setta Tbamaa' And Wattrbuif Clocks,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agent
I. ", 3or'taA;''. .i.J . ..Tito
I AXXXaJLiA VAUQI3 JLIJiA VilVVA. AH
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials. Watoh Glass
; - m es (Frenoh and General in full supply aV;
i low rates.
! A9 All orders DromDtlsi filled and aatisfactien
guaranteed. , ,
i , i . a. a u. unovitjrinnu a. :
feb!4-eodly No. 71 South Hi(h st Columbus.
JOHN SCHNEIDER,
BEAia-B rrn- .( ct rj"
"7
VATCHES, CLOCKSTEWELR sT,
; .., M0S1CAL. INSTRUMENTS. 40 ...
173-Houth H;gh street, Columbus, O. Repairing
earetniiy done ana warranted. myz-eoaum.
' MISCELLANEOUS
i 'itELCIIER, JAMES & CO.'S
Great One Dollar Sale.
i - - - - '.- - ' ' . -"
THE MOST. LIBERAL CONCERN OF ; THE
i in Tan uouarftx.
rriHE SITiALl.ES T ARTICLE OV OTJR
JL checks can be exchanged at anytime for a
splendid large Concertina, or a five-bottle revolving
silver-plated Castor, or twenty-four Frenoh Stere
neoopio V iews. We have on hand over half a mil
lion dollars' worth of goods. Tbe largest and most
valuable ttook ot Litnens, woolens, t;ottons, t lan
nela. Dress Goods. Fanev Goods. Plated Ware.Cut
lerr. Meerschaum Pipes, Ac, Ac, of ANY DOL
LAR SALE House in America. We import our
own goods, and can sell in large or small quantities
at importers' pneas. i nis never nas Been done ne
fnre. and is causinar a comolets panic among whole
salers and retailers, wherever our goods are sent
If you wish to boy goods cheap, now is the time!
we are bound to sen i itverytmng sola at too uni
form rate of ONE DOLLAR EACH. .Those get?
tins no elnbs for other firms will do well to ston
where thoy are. and send for our Circular. , Our in
ducements are a iuoie tnose oi any otner concern,
- i-Agsntsy Aiooac . Here I . i;.fferi
' For a club of Thirty and S3, we send one of the
folio ing articles, fiieb of charge: 24 yards of
heavy brown or bleached yard wide Sheeting;
Douhle. Lens French Steroscope, with 24 rich fiir
iffn views: 1 Ladies' real Morocco Trave line; Baar:
20 pairs Ladies.' fioe Merino Stocking?; 1 genu ne
jneerscnaum riue, amvar uiuuiuiiiene, la vpioiiuiu
case; 1 Violin and Bow in box complete) All-Wool
t'asstmere tr pants; l pair iituties' extra quality
Cloth. Boots. 1. dozen fine Isinen Toneis; 1 Si eel
Carving Knife and F'prk with ivory balanced han
dle, very best -quality; Gents heavy chased solid
I.'. .1,1 . L 1 ........ . n.l.in. llMaa P.lla.n. 1 Jn..n
Pheavy silver p'ated white metal Dessert Forks;
dozen Koce.'S Hros. best heavy Plated white metal
Tea Spoons; 6 Engraved S. P. Napkin Rings; 1 rich
30-keyed metal Donna lionoei-tma, retails lor aru.
i For aelab "f Fifty and 5, one of the followini
artinlas 1 Web nf heavv brown or bleached van
wirif Sheatinsr: I bl&c h? or eolo-ed AlDacea Ureas
Pattern; I pair All-Wool Blankets; Engraved s.iver
nlaterl 6 bottle Kevolvmg uastor: l set ivory Da
anoed UnrveB. witb silver-plated wnite metal r orgs;
L nair Uanta' Ua t Boots: 35 yards good r-rint:
varda doable width Waterproof for Cloakintr:
Square Wo-1 Shawl; X yards very fine Cassimere
for pants and -vest; Heautttul ropun liress rattern
loti-Fieture Turkey Morocco Photoeranh Album.
i For a club of One Hundred and 310, presents va
rying in vatue irom aia to raa - moo ot r ive Hun
dred and A50. m-esents from ISO to 3 100. . Larsar
cluis increased in the same ratio.. Premiums sent
with goods- -.
: Cisoulars free to any address. Send all money
by registered, letter or money order. Address
i ' BKLCBER. JAMES A CO., -'
.--i.ir i Suceessorsto A.S.HardyACo..
) . 7 A 3 Bromfield street,' Boston, Mass,
PB-Oota7-a4" -' -J I '. -'. 'li. . -Willi
THE i PLACE TO BUY
j LAMP GOODS, "
Kerosene Chandelie'S. ' . .
. . . itracket- Hall and Table Lamna.
. , i. Lanterns for Oil or Candles,
Tha nnweflt and best kinds of Burners. Chimneys,
Wicks, or smithing ia the Lamp line, for lighting
Churohes, Halls or Dwellings, is at
MoHENRY A CO.'S Depot.
: Nos. 8 East Fourth and 162 Alain street.
. . Cincinnati,
i "'i. v' CAS
FIXTURES.;
Gas Chandeliers, .
j UB.il Ingots,
Braoket Lights, '!' -, ne.
, . PorUble Lights. :,
' Ceiline: and 1 '
i.' !i . . - W indow Reflector Lights,
i uiinuvs, uivwvb.
Or anything in the Gas Fixture line, u at
AlcHENKY A (3o.'S
Depot.
' PIPE AND FITTINCS. i
W rough t-iron Pipe (Plain or Galvanised),: "
1 Cast-iron Soil Pipe, . ,
li'll-i Stone and Cement Drain PitMk '-ii-i
Malleable and t.'ast- iron Fittings,
steam V al ves, atop uocks,
1 st--1 Gat. Servtoat and ,v
' . Meter O cks, Ac, Ac
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitting line, is at t "
i McHr.NKY A CO.'S Depot,- . ,
Nos. 8 East Fourth and 162 Main street.
Pumps & Plumbers''
i Good 8
Cistern and Well Pumps.
... - Lift and Force Pumps. . - -r
i " ' Beer Humps, tiardeu rumps, Ac, 1 1
r. J! i-itil iif'KBath Tabs, Closets, r.t i-"-'
iii . i U.iL i i . U:b.
fco A, Everything in the above Una,; wholasalo
AJB.1.U ' AUll7rB,' CIUBB)
, tia-i5K..!:t.; . McHENRY A UO.'SDopot,
Raa A' StBBm Fitters' Tools:
Screw-cutting' Machines, Stocks and Dies. I'rills;
Reamers and Tsps.i Patent Pipe .Cutters. Patr
ent and- Ordinary Pipe. Tongs, Pipe Vises,
Meter and Burner Plyers," Gaa Fitters' A-
f ers. Chisels, Ac, . Ao. fcyervtbtng in tbe above
ine alwais on hand and for tale at the manufacture
er's trade rates, at - .!!: ,..! ,h'i.;i n -
: 3loHJEllNXiy!.;'rfc-CQ.S.'-;.-
Ne. 8 EaatFoarHa. cV. lC2 main. Street,
j c CTI-sep30-w3m ,,. . ... i CnrCIX&ATI.
i EmoIIiervCr earn. ;
THIS DELIGHTFCIi AHtiEtEOAlIT
preparation; introduced last winter, having
received so many flattering eommendatiors from
those who usod it, induces the proprietors to bring
it again before the public assuring them that it
stands unrivalled as the best protector of the -skin
against tbe ineltmeney nf the. winter season- It
not only imparts to-the . skin a delicate freshness
find beauty, but also conduces to its health, purity
and preservation. For healing abrasions. Chap
ped Hands. Face, Lips, or Roughness of the Skin,
it has no equal, while its-soothing qualities and
delight'ut fragrance reader it a necessary append
age to the toilet. Prepared .only by MARPLE A
KITKON-, 1-ispensing Chemists. Its) ,S.ntb High
Btreet, Columbus. Ohio.; t . .. pov4-deodAw4w
COPW TK BO tHD SCHOOL EXAIT1I
NbRS' MEETINGS. The Board of School
Examinersof Franklin oounty meet at the Probate
Court Room on the last Friday and Saturday o
each month in the year. Also, on tbo second Fri
day, and Saturday of the spring and faR months.
; aprio-wtf
HOTEL.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
i . t .EoBirth Street, tiiear JTIain,
I 'm . . CINCINNATI, OHIO. ,
BENRt P. ELIAS, - "." .L proprietjw,
rTHTS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY L0
1 catad aod convenieut ti business, and to all
points- of travel, is the most' destriablo stopping
place for persona- risiiiag the oity.- No pains will
be spared to make the stay of guests pleasant in
every eartioelar. - ' 11 -""'BtylS-itSm ...
1 .UnU't"' I. ill ,'f ii tlica-stwi,-tti
MEDICAL.
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WHY ENDURE
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A LIVING BEATII!
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The confirmed dyspeptic may almost say with St.
Peter."! die daily." The obieot of this artiole ia
not to remind him of LI bis pangs, but to show
hire how tobaaish tbem I I forever. The wieaM
of immediate. and permanent, relief are proffered
him in .r.anui'i tj'.i : ... .
- HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN ii; BITTERS!
. '.- t e : ,f o-:-, -j .; . n i ." i- -.t t
Arid it is- for htm to sy whether he ; Win continue
to endure a living death.or to put himself in i
tiiiouforendctUfe eajoyabloi. . ,. ... .
IJVING ADVERTISEMENTS
i !.:" n..i -I ,1',; (ft .7)'.' - - . ' I. .1 J-i - 1!,
Of the efficacy bf this matchless vegable Stom-
aohic are to be fonnd in every eity and town ia the
United States healthy men and women, rescued
from torture by its aTa use, and eager to b'ar
testimony to its vir- ' t tu It drtfers from
any other Bitters ia existence, ia this special par
tioular it is not aleoholio.
For suoh constitutions and systems aa require for
i HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN ; TONIC !
Haa been nrovided a nreoaration in which the sol
id extracts of the finest restoratives of the vegeta
ble kingdom are held in solution br a spirituous
gent, purged of alt deleterious constituents. Tbe
Satient, in ehoosinf between these two great anti
otes. ahould be auided bv hia own condition. If in
a very low state from debility, the Tonic should be
his selee ion; but in oases where the emergency is
not to Dressing, the Bitters is the srlboific reaaired.
Thousands find infin- f ite benefit from tak
ing each in turn. Vv There is no phase of
indigestion, biliousness, nervous' disease or phvst
eal prostration to wbioh they are not adapted, and
in wtucn, singly or oombinsd, (bey wui not effect
euro, :
,i.;. -.19 -r. IRT-'ul -let; T . .' : i. m r.
Excliange Pain for Ease
And Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ail
ments wbioh interfere with enjoyment; oast gloom
and despondency to the winds; taka a stronger hold
ot lite ana. in snort, oecome a . .
j '.' -'ONEW MAN'--'
' t , .1 ,r--a u,- . . . "i -
Throngh the instrumentality of the most powerful
and popuiaivot ail vegetable limgoraats and cor-
reetives-.-jwi f-,i . .-.-. ai.-.: u . .in
'V- ' ' . -.. - . ..; ,--.:( .-..-'.. f. '' i.!' r;
HOOFLASD'S GERMAN - BITTERS.
i ....
Biliousness. Indigestion. General Debility, and
all the complaints which proceed from -a .want
proper action in- tne. liver, tbe etamacn and the
bowels, are eradicated by a course of tbta great
CONSf ITUTIONAL SPECIFIC,
Which not only combat? and cod q tiers diseases that
have eDtWrched themeelvea in the svBtem.- but
f is the best known safevaard against all unhealthy
luauoootjrj, i rBuno wnusa ucoupEbiiuuB sua pur
suits subject--them to the depressinix effects of
. close, unwholesome atmosphere, should take it reg
til OA-It as a nrotection asainFt the low fevers and
1 other disorders .which malaria engenders. Java-
lMs who are
WASTING AWAY,
' -- .-.:li .. -.' . '.V. ... r , I'D V'.i. .
WirnoBt any special oexp!aint, axoeot a gradual
declination of bodilv strene-th and nervoas onersrv.
will find in the HIT- fjaa T E RS a fountain
vitality and vigor, as refreshing and exil-
eratinz as a pool in tne desert to tbe tana-seorened
ana tainting travelers ,-
j ., HOOPANI)
GERIVIAN BITTERS
Ta eomDoeel nf the euro ieieee for. ax thev are me
dioinally termed. ExtrMtsl, of Root), Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly conoentrated
and entirely free from Alooholio admixture of any
BluO. -
HooFL and;s
GERMAN TONIC
i Is a combination of all .the ingredients of the Bib
lersvwiin u puraei, quality oc oiauaa urai nam.
Orange, etc., malting one oi tne most pteisant an
These remedies wfll afFectuallv cure Liver Com
f plainV Jaundice. Oyta B pepua, , t;brooio
I Nervous Debility, aaas (Jhromo D
iseases
the A idneya,- and all (liseajus aris.nx from a .disor-
dexed luvex or stomacni . lif t. , .
' SQcn
as Consti- .!rtf:ta nr
patton. Inward
-t- t- Piles,- Fullness of , -r . . -
O-.- .-Blood -lo the Head,-!. . i,.
Acidity of the Stomach. ,
- Fausea. - Heartburn. Disgust
' .'ii ' for Food, Fullness er Weight in the
Stomaob, Sour eructations. Sinking i .
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach.
Kwimtnin? of the Head. Hurried and tlifflcult
Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking
Sutfooating Sensations wbeu in a laying rostare
Dimness ox visionr iotb or w eos oeioreicne
; Sight. Fever and: Dull Pain in the Head,;
' Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness to
of the Skin' and Eyes, Pain in the' " -
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, eto., -
- Sudden Flushes of Heat.l &i-i
- ..' . Burning in the Flash. .
' Constant , Imagin- i ' r. : i .
;.i-,-.:.r ings of Evil, and i" -! -'.i a
a - Urrat Dopres- ' i - i i
: -. -.'.; sioa . of ' ' "
Spirits. -" h
. ' They are the Greatest and Bestl
! BLOpD :PTJIIIJFIEIC,S
E ver known an d will onre all diseases result
from bad Blood, keep your Hlood pure." keep
j our Liver ia older. A- Keep your digestive
organs in a oond. A-e healtahy condition,
the use of these remedies, and no disease will evtr
aaiau yoa. - -
a..; i.i ,j la , rrr v.' I'-ti i
Weak and . Delicate Children
Arcv made strona b v the bs of either of these rem
edies. .They will cureevery ease of MARASilDS
witnouciati . ...... .... ...
Thousand cf certificate have accumulated
the hau'ia of the proprietors, but soaoe will allow
of the publication ot but a few. Toose, it will
ooserved, are men ot note ana oi seca s tana mg tnac
tney must do oeuevea.: -
! 't I.;. if J v: .1 . !.!. i;-:. .' '.;..'
THE' WHOLE SUPREME' COURT
j 'T ' , OaP PEMIJS'i'LTANIA:'!:.'-
T SPEAKS FOB THESE REMEDIES,
Who would ask tor more dignified or stronger tcs-
' HON. C. W. W CODWARP,
Chief jostled ,e thi Supreme 'Cotrrt of FeDnsyt
vania, wiHa , .. - - - :
i pHiLADBLrHiA. March 18. 1867.
I I find "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a good ton
io. useful in diseases fit of the d'gestive
gans and of great ben- ava est in cases or debit
icy and want of nervous action in the svs'em.
. ... Yours truly. - GEO. W. WOODWARD
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
! J adge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
j -..i . -. Philadelphia; April S8.1868.
J I consider "Hoofland's German Bitters" a valua
ble medicine in oises-of attacks of indigestion
Dtspepdia. I can certify this from jny experience
of iU ' - Yours, with respect.- . "
.. James Thompson.
JAS. ROSS SNOWDEN
t'rothonotary of the Strprome Court of Pennsylva
nia, writes: -
I Fbu.adbi.phia. Se 1. 14,187."
1 "Hoofland's German Bitters" is a very useful ar
ticle as a tonic and as an appetiser. Jt i not an in
tasi ating. drink, and may be used beneficially
Person, of aile. j $$&ggfa DEX .
!rf.-s.(.ii.i'i. i .-.n..' ' ;.'.-
;-'; ' "-: -v -. I...'-- si I ;
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' Hoofland's German Remedies are counterfeited.
See that the signature S of C. M. JACKSON
is en tbe wrapper of - laaf each bottle. All oth
ers are counterfeit. .....
; Priocipal Office and Manufactory at tbe German
Medicine Store. No. 631 ARCH STREET. Phila
delphia, Pa. cc.t,,I0r3T
CHARLES ,M. EVANS, Proprietor.
j ;;. Formerly C,aM. JACKSON A CO. "
5'-: .; ai; PiiioES. '.','; .. ; . .
hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle ...tl
Hoofland's German Bitters, naif dozen fi
hoofland's German Tonic, put np in qt. bottles 1
per bottle, or a half dozen for ST 30.
Do not forget to examine well the artiole yon buy
n order to got the genuine. .
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FOB SAZE. EX" 4Xt VEUGGISTS
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ILCilRKT, GIlAti CO,
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
'.'; - lit "-j l.iilolU '.'. 'J'iviill'. i'.j:!T .
WOULD ISTITK THt ATTElfTIOlf
. of Puiehaaers to their BBaatuvUr extensive
ard elegant assortment of , , - .. . . ,
'".'Extra BteB'BtaeVtflt ",' rj' ' ' ' '
: Novelties in Fancy Silks: ! "
"' Poplins and Empress Cloths; i-.f-w .-.u'-i-i-t.,
-.ii French Merinos aad Cashoteresj , , ;iijri ,
. English and French Serges; . ,. , , , , 1
Chamelioo Epinglines; V,. J-JJ.1...' :
Rich Lyons Cloak Velvets; ' '.- '.
, Novelties in Plush iCloakings; ( , ,,- .
Velveteens for making Costumes; "'-- ' '
t ' Astraehan and C hinehilla Cloakiagaj ;,,,.,
, Superb Paisley Shawls:
" Cashmere and Broche Shawls;--' 7-j.-.tii.'
i . Point de Gase Laces. Collars and Seta; .
Harris' Seamless and Alaxandrea' Kids? '
-iSuperior Wi .ter Hoeierr -. -i: uiui jnu'I'i;,
., Misses' and Men's Merino V-Oats, ,
-ilDiXi'.rt Oi.,
li!!' 7lH3't7
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THE
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most dclvipLiSrjE ;
STOCK
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IN THE CITY
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Honse Furnishing Dry Goods;
r-iislc?
JilanKeu, si asliaa, tiinens: ' -.
Sheetings. Lace Curtains, Towellngs, xc, Ac
Also, Trimming Satins-.
14 itsit t; -u;-i ..
ALL AT THE , , ...
VERY
LOWEST PRICES,
Ce i
Marino Undergarments bf all grades and ouali
ties for Gentlemen. Ladies. Misses and Bovs. Also.
a fresh stock of Hoop Skirts and Corsets in the
newest-styleg.i y .i"u: " u : 5-imv? I ;i: s
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i-GILCHBIST. GRAY A CO.
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Puronasers of Dry Goods are .cordially invited to
i call and examine tne -
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PRESa GOOPS ,.r.J..,,.-;.CHEAP;!i ,.
FANCY GOODS -ii,., - CHEAP
SHAWLS...... ...... .CHEAP!
DOMESTICS
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NAUGHTON
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'118 A f9. gehlh Hisrli Street.
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Srerchant Tailoring & Clothing Co
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A mjPKRBIIGW IITnCK efCLATH
iV Cassi meres. Overcoating and Vestings. both
Foreign and Domestic, lor t all and W inter wear.
j GraTIiEMEN OF FASHIOir,
Will always Sod both onr materials and onr work
to be in the height of the mod. We s all spare
no pains in produoiug tbe most elegant and lasn
ionable garments to be found anywheio p..
; ...EEADY-MADE . CLOTHING, ;
Of which a treat partis maanfaetnred by ourselves.
In tbe latest and most lasnionable styles, will al
ways be found en onr shelves, in all the varieties
ol tne season, at very low pnoes. ; ) i ,
GENTS' FUENISHTOg60D9 i
Infull lines, always kept on hand."'
-. v r HENRY MKISb. Superinteudeot.-;
... ' JOHN RICH Treasurer. . ..
- vv . G. FfcRKS. Foreman. ',
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FALL AND" WINTIER
GOODS.
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j No. 220 South High St., . ,
conntiuus, OHIO.'
I HATE JTUST BECEIVED THE
largest and finest stook of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this oity. consisting of " .; i
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; , jfcixi;lirA ana . . ,., , .
''''- Caslmerefc., Ac.,
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at the low
est Cash prices. V ' .1
Also keep constantly on hand a well seleoteo
tteekof " t s .. i- i .;!-, ''...
I READY MADE CLOTH I NC.
JOHN HUNTER,
! jnM-dly gao Sonth High .treat.
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AWT .- w t Prices Paid at all timea for
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'"''"ii H:' ' ''' ! ,'"3.') 1!J tlltA -jI.Mni
AS TO THB BCSINgSS AND 4rAJB OT JH ( -
iTttm writ- '" tvcirrit i vr
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iiriin rl-iiiiir
.rbtt tbx teas MNSirff DicSMixB siris:
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.Capital fully paid BP ..,t...t500.000 CO .
Amount of available assets. ......... l,e)l.o&0 if'
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CEKTIFIfJATE rK. r$JSU;'.C$.jipSa
i " " ATJDPTOB OF STATE'S OFFICE inu I
! -7l )fIo O i, ;DBPATU1IT Ol : . Iu80BAllO,-irilf
; Coi-cbbI'8.0.. february 15. 183.,c,,
)t k hereVy certified. That the' Conthawnal (FtreV
Inanrarea Gomoany, located at New -York, in thaw
State of New York, has complied, in all respects,
I with the laws of this State relating ta; uck lnear.f
. anee Cooipaniot, for tbecurient year, and haa filed.,
: in 'his Office a sworn Statement, by the proper''
Officers, showing ite condition and; tnsiraras.at the.
. date of such statement, asjflows :
! Amoaot otactual paid'Hn Capita,lvf.3EOOiO00 Ml
Aggregate amount of available assets. .. .1.814,580 31
( Aggregate amount ot Liabilittea. ..id ! -f
.. Be-insurance... BSl.ftW 33
' Amount of income for the pre-eding year 801,085 10
t Amount of expenditures for the preeed- " ' '
I ing year.... -.-381.4434'
In witness whereof. I bavei hereohtd subsOrttard-t
... .' i my name. nd caused the fcWaa ef eavj
IS3AIJ .Office to be affixed, the day and year aboTf,
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j m . JAS'. lt.GODA. ABdaorof 8tatf.0
1 By JabVWii.i.iaxs. Chief Clerk: '
r - Ceo. F. jO,Barra& Cigeiili
i ,,!' (NAConroK Block), Intvi-Ul ! - n..:
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: :, A3 TO TH BUSIVISS A1D AFFAIRS OT THB
OK SAM FRANCISCO, CAit . " ,l ,
J CERTIFICATB iwll, rCBUGATlO&U
i 3 o Pl'!ADrrOR oFSTATE&OFFiCEi'1
.-Tiniu. t DEPABTMKKT OF JKSITRANOIf T J
I -. . , COLCMBUS, Sept. 19th. 1S68.) ,T
: it Is hereby certified, That the Pacifii Insurance
; Oowipasry, located at San Premise, is the State oi
i California has complied, in all respects, with the
laws ol this State relating t aeon Insurance Cent-i
panics, for the anrrent year, and haa filed in, tbia.
- office a sworn statement.' by the proper officers.'
showiag ita condition and ba.iassa.iae the 'dale of,
j such sutement..as followa, gold, cutrency . r , .
Amount of actual paid up Capital. , ,:il,0ob,TsT8 On'
jeajrfB'aauoaaota avakiiaoiaaaaaaau. a,zbwiio aaaf
Aggregate amount of Liabtlitiasu... 3&SJ3S 86
I Amount of inoome for the preceding '
i i, sa.y;.....v-;...u .,78,0OJ 7j
I Amount of expenditures for the pre-
i ceding year .W'4B3S12
1b witness whereof. I have baremnta vnbsorihed
j , . my name, and caused the Seal of my Office,
I ISBAL.) ' to be amxedrthe- day -and year abeve-
1 . . wrtl t.T. . i . . . ...
? 1 1" JASTwffiLU SS"'3
3s;li li 5iCbiBf Caerklor Anditer of .Stetev
CSeo. F. 0'flarrB & Co., Agents,
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AS TO. THB BCSIKXSI
AND AFFAIRS OF TH
p i j J til ii.
at K
j NORTH BRITISII & MERCAOTILE
Of London and Edinburgh:
i i.ii.t ; : AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFKSf. Im
l . iNSPBANCE DEPABTMHiT.T,
; j1nCotOlBUB.O.v8ept: M. J88g.l "
It is rrbv certified. Thatidha Vorth Britltb
ana aiercaaiite.liuaraaeevia
ace Campaey, London staeVi
ied inall reaptcu with vie.
'inatoFire Tnntrrann.
fdinburgb, baa eomilied
laws of this State relating
parries of feretghn GeararnaieBts, fraii the cummtJ
vaaivinaladina tee denesitof One H earl rail 1
sand Dollars for the security of Policy holders. ia-.
siding in the State ol Opin, and that the aworn1
sUtement of its proper officers, filed la this depart''
meat shows its oonditien and- business at the data
of such sUtement (Deo. 81 1867) as follows :
Amount of ketual paid Weotitiari.M?.S',oVttr'
Aggregate amount of AMiUeta -sMaetB a.OOBe 81
Agitregate amount of liabilities. t,4310
Amount -of iswoaie ter-the preceding ' 'J (
. year vx MJ3 7,-
Amount of expenditures for the preeed- 1 r-
ing jear. . ..rnrr.. 1737, 863 34
In Rnwhref.lItjve kSreweid rabatrribed
-;'(! I.myiiameaudsaaaad the Seal of mi Office.
lgAY.r'to Waffixed the day and year above''
wjrrtteni .nw J.--i Jotv;iei uj 3a laitl
wtrwtw"3with3'lri: lol
' .a'-iauuy 111 ttlllejliY Jej'tV wou ploii.nivl

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